-says that she has experienced sexism in that she's been directed by male directors 17 times and only twice by women.And has worked with 13 male produced and only 1 female producer
-but says she is grateful because she's been given equality when she's asked for it and says her problem is with the media instead who treat her much more unfairly than her male costarts in her opinion
-also says that men at the top can't relate with women's problems but says that women are just as sexist and discriminatory against women as men are.
-however she doesn't think that men overall can be blamed for sexism/misogyny
-two of the best feminists she's ever met are her male directors Steve Chbosky who directed her in Perks of Being a Wallflower and James Ponsoldt who's directing her in The Circle
I mean it's nice for her to give some lip-service to how there aren't many female directors but in a recent vogue interview...all the directors she wanted to work with were men except Kathryn Bigelow:
Directors she’d love to work with: Joe Wright, Danny Boyle, Kathryn Bigelow, Jean-Marc Vallée, Ron Howard, David Fincher, Luca Guadagnino, Clint Eastwood.
from Vogue UK